Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Spoofing Face Recognition Software

Gizmodo via CNET's Crave has an interesting overview of BKIS's face recognition software exploits. As described, they modify a relatively low resolution image of a person from Facebook or another site with pictures available. A tweaking process creates an image that is highly compatible with the face recognition software, allowing a malicious third party to log in to that user's system.

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